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    Jan 29, 2006

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    Ha ha ha. A few years ago I had a dairy goat herd. Of course I made yogurt all the time, but I never knew it was, and so never called it Greek yogurt - in fact, I only just heard of it in the last month of so. I now make my yogurt with skim milk, so of course it is easily drunk. So, I add non fat non instant milk powder, no flavored knox gellitin, and a probiotic starter. This does make it considerably more lush - thick. I've rarely use it in cooking - probably because bringing the yogurt to this high heat will kill all the probiotics. I usually make 1/2 gallon at a time and make it once or twice a week. Don't mean to bore you so I'll go on for now. Thanx for listening. Marianne (PS. I use it instead of cream cheese in cheesecake and sour cream cake and no one can tell the difference.

    A couple of months ago I found a great Greek yogurt at my supermarket. It's called Chobani. It is super thick & creamy. It is my new favorite, with the Fage Greek yogurt being a close second.

    Good tip at the end!

    When you go full-fat, you not only get tolerance to cooking and better flavor, but you often get rid of many of the yucky sweeteners like aspartame that come in many diet products. Your body will better utilize health giving fat soluble vitamins like A,D,E,K.

    Win-Win! :)

    Hi, I'd really like to know where to find organic, raw Greek yogurt. I can only find organic Greek (but lowfat) or regular fat non-organic Greek yogurt.

    Will it be runny if I make my own yogurt using raw milk? I've heard it will be, but I really want a source for this!

    I just bought this great yogurt Greek gods Yogurt. Born and raised in greece this stuff come close to greek yogurt that my mother use to make. The texture and feeling you get in your mouth is soooo wonderful. The honey they have is great my children love it over waffles and in berry smoothys. You have to try it!!!

    greek yougurt i am absolutely hooked on and according to the stats on label it has less sugar and the no fat version is wonderful. why is it just coming to whole foods now? so much better than our traditional. and i like the low sugar.

    i tried this great greek style yogurt from the 3 Greek Gods its organic and taste similar to the stuff you find in greece

    Dave,

    Thanks you so much for answering my question so thoroughly and so promptly!

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